Civic Election 2020

City Proceeding With November 9 Election Date

The City's election team is preparing to hold Melville's local government election as planned on Monday, November 9, 2020. Election Day is legislated by the provincial government. As the COVID-19 situation continues and the outlook for fall yet unpredictable, work is well underway as we prepare for Melville’s Civic Election with all current public health protocols in mind. The City will respond accordingly to any public health order directives issued by the province. 
Voting Safely - Is Our Priority.

 Municipal Elections

Information for Saskatchewan municipal candidates, voters and newly elected officials, as well as election forms. Click Here

As of 2012, general elections in Melville are held every four years. Elections are held in order to elect a mayor and 6 councillors. The City of Melville also conducts elections for both the Christ the Teacher School Division and the Good Spirit School Division in order to elect their respective school board trustees.

The provincial government election is Monday, October 26, 2020. For information on the provincial election visit

Information for Candidates Information for Voters

Information for mayor and councillor candidates.

General information for voters.

Meet the Candidates School Division Election Details
Learn more about the candidates running for the 2020 Election.
Information about the Christ the Teacher and Good Spirit School Divisions.
Election Job Opportunities  History & Results
Interested in working the 2020 local civic election?  Find information regarding past elections.